Constitution Party of Tennessee

Jerry Pangle



7th Congressional District Director


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            Jerry Lee Pangle was born on March 29, 1950 in Shenandoah County, Virginia.  From the time he was 7 years old, his father spend time teaching him how to hunt, to fish and trap and how to effectively grow a garden.  From these various lessons, he learned the value of living off the land, and using the resources available, with the same pioneering spirit that was the backbone of this country. 

            Jerry attended Strasburg High School, in Strasburg Virginia.  He graduated from there in 1968.  While he was there, he worked part time for Old Virginia Jellies in the Production plant. 

            Jerry went to work at Howell Metal Corp., a copper plant, for the next 10 years.  His next employment was with Johns-Manville Roofing Insulation Plant in Edinburg, Virginia in 1978.  During this time, he worked his way up to the position of Finish End Leader.  He retired in 2007 when the plant closed its doors. 

            On February 27, 2008, Jerry and his wife Pat moved to McEwen, Tennessee.  Moving to a pleasant creek front property, he began a produce farm, working 16.5 acres of land.  He sells the produce twice a week at Dickson County Farmers Market.  In the winter, he goes to Virginia, where he traps for furs. 

            In 2008, when Obama Care went through, he became concerned about the direction America was going.  He decided to do more than talk and worry; he “got up off the couch” and decided to act.  He and Pat started the Humphreys County Tea Party.  He chaired the Tea Party until May of 2013.  He was very effective in getting information to people, and keeping the county up on the latest issues.  Jerry kept everyone abreast of the latest congressional bills and how they would affect the average citizen. 

            In May, 2013, Jerry joined the Constitution Party of Tennessee, seeing a political direction that he wanted.  He often stated that he was tired of having to choose the “lesser of two evils”, and wants the freedom to vote with his conscience.  He was chosen to be the 7th Congressional District Director. 

            He is married to Pat, and has 2 children and 5 grandchildren.  He owes everything he has and is to God, and gives Him the full glory.